Founded Star-Ting in 2007 as a sole proprietor, Mrs. Sherman federally incorporated the extra-provincial corporation on October 7, 2009. As Director and CEO, she is accountable for the overall governance and leadership of Star-Ting Incorporated’s six functional areas of business involving strategy, marketing, finance, human resources, technology and operations.
Enrolled in the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree program. Earned Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Phoenix, (2009). Successfully completed a BA Geography undergraduate degree from the School of Geography Geology, McMaster University (2005).
Issued by ASIS International (ASIS), the Certified Protection Professional (CPP®) designation as Board certified in security management. Globally recognized as attaining the gold standard of excellence for security management professionals with demonstrable proof of knowledge and management skills in seven key domains of security possessing substantial experience and tested competence (2019).
Inventor of a patent pending, PROCESS TO INTEGRATE QUANTIFIED QUALITATIVE DATA INTO ANALYTICS, No. 3,025,302 (Nov 2018).
Recognized by Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) representing more than 3,500 entities, as one of the first wave of professionals to earn the only accredited status in the world risk management certification as RIMS Certified Risk Management Professional (RIMS-CRMP) demonstrating all risk competencies, American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Compliant with ISO 31000:2018, (2018).
Recognized by authorities in over 58 countries that compromise the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI) with the global credential mark by earning the highest professional standard in management consulting as a Certified Management Consultant (CMC). Compliant with ISO 20700 2017, (2015). Fostering excellence and integrity in the management consulting profession and delivering ethical standards with professional competency is uppermost in her work ethics.
Recognized by the Apollo Education Group as certified faculty for Meritus University upon the successful completion of the intensive faculty training program that ensued in inclusion in the Council vote and involvement in Academic Affairs. Loreen Sherman educated national and international business students from Canada, England, Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Naivasha Kenya, British Virgin Islands, South Africa, United Kingdom and the United States of America reflecting a diverse population on six faculty assignments (10-week courses) in an online eLearning environment. Six faculty assignments and contracts were successfully completed (2010-2011).
Her multi-industry experience extends over 35 years, starting in banking where she balanced Bank of Montreal’s cash book. Then as a Director for a residential and commercial security company managing 200+ accounts that as owner she sold (1992-2007).
Successful fulfilment of multiple industry contracts including Imperial Oil Resources where she digitalized administrative forms from field personnel and mitigated data information systems in IMPACT a proprietary SAP system by assisting Imperial’s Decision Unit Managers across B.C. A.B. SASK, and NWT resulted in the successful implementation of live global communications system (2007-2008).
As Operations Chief for Star-Ting Incorporated (STI), Paul brings 43 years of industry and military experience in the Communications and Electronics Branch to the table. He is co-founder and key benefactor of the corporation and provides a judicious understanding of quality and value to clients and employees alike. He believes if a job is worth doing, it is worth doing right and lives by that principle.
Paul has strength in leadership and working with teams. He was promoted to the rank of Master Warrant Officer in the Canadian Forces while serving on bases and stations across Canada and in the Middle East between 1972 and 1997. He served in technical capacities on communications, research and training units across Canada on both Air and Army units in increasingly responsible positions culminating with the position of Technical Maintenance Chief at a western Canadian Supplementary Radio System station. In this role, he was responsible for all communications equipment maintenance on the station as well as representative to the National Technical Conference on maintenance policy, practices, responsibilities and future direction for the System.
Paul retired from the Canadian Forces School of Communications and Electronics in 1997 where he managed a large team of instructors developing and instructing office automation software.
He joined Computing Devices Canada in 1998, subsequently General Dynamics Mission System – Canada, where he was extensively involved in the development, product and system level design proving, verification and validation of the IRIS System, a state-of-the-art communications system and subsequent upgrades and enhancements. He was intimately involved in the delivery of this advanced communication system to the Canadian Army serving as technical and test coordinator for two major fielding hubs between 1999 and 2003. He has provided similar support to a several national and international programs entered into by General Dynamics Mission Systems – Canada.
Paul is well versed on requirements development, verification, validation and management and provides a keen insight into the development and test of the RESP-ROI® methodology and Responsible Risk Management® tool.